The Nose Is Eligible For The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame In 2035: The 2021 Class And 'Mare of Easttown'
The 2021 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees have been announced. Artists like Foo Fighters, Jay-Z, Todd Rundgren, Tina Turner, LL Cool J, Kraftwerk, and Gil Scott-Heron got in. Folks like Iron Maiden, Chaka Kahn, Rage Against the Machine, Devo, and Dionne Warwick did not.
And: Mare of Easttown is a seven-episode HBO limited series starring Kate Winslet. The fifth episode airs Sunday.
Some other stuff that happened this week, give or take:
- Norman Lloyd, Associate of Welles, Hitchcock and Others, Dies at 106
He was seen in movies and on TV shows like "St. Elsewhere" and worked with some of the biggest names in show business, even though his own name was little known.
- 1980s siren Tawny Kitaen of music videos and 'Bachelor Party' dies at 59
- Ellen DeGeneres to End Talk Show: "I Need Something New to Challenge Me"
DeGeneres gets candid about her decision to wrap up the show in 2022, the allegations that nearly sent her packing and the parts that she'll miss most -- and least -- about her daily platform.
- NBC Will Not Air Golden Globes in 2022 Due To Ongoing HFPA Controversy
- Ummm, Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck Were Spotted Hanging Out Together at a Resort in Montana
- Gen Z Is Bringing Emo Back, But This Time It's Not Just A Bunch Of White Dudes
- The Jean War between millennials and Gen Z cannot be won
- The Squandered Promise of Chet Hanks's White-Boy Summer
Perhaps, in the end, we weren't nearly as ready for it as we might have wanted to be.
- Cinemark Signs Deals With 5 Major Hollywood Studios for Shorter Theatrical Windows
- STAR WARS Answers the Mystery of Luke's Missing Hand
- Reddit just realized that Jerry Seinfeld's TV apartment defies the laws of science
- Is rewatching old TV good for the soul?
- Andrew McCarthy Revisits the Brat Pack
In a new memoir, the actor reflects on being typecast in his twenties, his struggles with addiction, and learning to like John Hughes movies.
- David Chase and The Sopranos writers break down 'Pine Barrens', 20 years on
The Sopranos creator and two of his closest collaborators, Terence Winter and Tim Van Patten, discuss the origin of 'Pine Barrens' -- the greatest TV episode of all time -- and why the glorious ambiguity that permeated the show keeps it relevant today
- The State of Baseball: Inside the biggest questions MLB is facing with the future of the sport at stake
- Gal Gadot Confirmed Reports That Joss Whedon "Threatened" Her While Shooting "Justice League"
"I handled it on the spot."
- Cut the intermission, please. Why I hope the pandemic ends a theatrical tradition
- Who Should John Mulaney Be Now?
- Just 12 People Are Behind Most Vaccine Hoaxes On Social Media, Research Shows
- Mercy Quaye - Founder and principal consultant for The Narrative Project and a columnist with Hearst Connecticut Media Group
- Brian Slattery - Arts editor for the New Haven Independent and a producer at WNHH radio
Colin McEnroe and Cat Pastor contributed to this show.